Society of Antiquaries of London Catalogue of Drawings and Museum Objects

Society of Antiquaries of London, 2005

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MS 700/III/5 19.1

Letter from R B Utting to Albert Way

Object number MS 700/III/5 19.1
Comments The letter concerns the proofs for Way's article in the Archaeological Journal (see Bibliography).
Creator Utting, Robert Brooke
Creator role Author
Creation date 19th century
Material Paper
Technique Handwriting
Writing (Processes)
Medium Ink
Pen
Measurements Height (mm) : 184
Width (mm) : 222
Association Associated person: Way, Albert
Association type: Donation
Date: 19th century
Bibliography 'Archaeological Intelligence', Archaeological Journal 3 (1846): 352-3. Illustration (Engraving), p. 352. 'Proceedings of the Central Committe of the British Archaeological Association', Archaeological Journal 1 (1845): 386-7. 'Proceedings of the Central Committee of the British Archaeological Association', Archaeological Journal 2 (1846): 71-2. Albert Way, 'Notice of a Bronze Relique, Assigned to the Later Roman or the Saxon Age, Discovered at Leckhampton, Gloucestershire', Archaeological Journal 12 (1855): 9-21. Illustration (Engraving), opp. p. 9.
Related object (SAL) MS 700/III/5 18.1 Romano-British headdress from Leckhampton, Glos. : Similar/Related Subject
MS 700/III/5 20.3 Notes by Way about helmets : Same Subject
MS 700/III/5 18.3 Romano-British headdress from Leckhampton, Glos. : Same Subject
MS 700/III/5 18.4 Romano-British headdress from Leckhampton, Glos. : Same Subject
MS 700/III/5 19.10 Representations of helmets from various locations : Same Subject
MS 700/III/5 19.11 Representations of helmets from various locations : Same Subject
MS 700/III/5 19.2 Representations of helmets from various locations : Same Subject
MS 700/III/5 19.3 Representations of helmets from various locations : Same Subject
MS 700/III/5 19.4 Representations of helmets from various locations : Same Subject
MS 700/III/5 19.5 Representations of helmets from various locations : Same Subject
MS 700/III/5 19.6 Representations of helmets from various locations : Same Subject
MS 700/III/5 19.7 Representations of helmets from various locations : Same Subject
MS 700/III/5 19.8 Representations of helmets from various locations : Same Subject
MS 700/III/5 19.9 Representations of helmets from various locations : Same Subject
MS 700/III/5 20.1 Headdress from Livoniya : Same Subject
MS 700/III/5 20.2 Headdress from Livoniya : Same Subject
MS 700/III/5 18.2 Romano-British headdress from Leckhampton, Glos. : Same Subject
Subject Accessories Worn on the Head
Body Armour: Helmets
Correspondence
Engravings
Headgear
Helmets
Letters (Correspondence)
Proofs
Protective Wear
Written Communications
Written Items
People/Corporate Bodies Utting, Robert Brooke
Way, Albert
Place Camden
Cheltenham
England
Europe
Gloucestershire
Leckhampton
London
United Kingdom
Date Romano-British
Saxon
Collection Way Collection
Category Books, Manuscripts, and Documents
Drawings
Engravings/Etchings/Lithographs


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